The boom in cryptocurrencies is following the same script that
has played out over, over and over again.
You see, every boom follows a sequence of three stages. Every
single boom throughout history has followed this script.
The stock market boom in the roaring 20s the tech boom in the
1990s the housing boom in the 2000s.
And now the booming cryptocurrency market is following this
exact same 3-step script.
First, only early enthusiasts are courageous enough to invest in
the new trend.
Thats stage 1.
Then, institutional investors (the so-called smart money) jump
Thats stage 2.
Finally, the public joins the party, triggering a massive
explosion in price.
Thats stage 3.
If you know how to use this roadmap, you could make an absolute
fortune. And to help you understand how this 1-2-3 sequence works,
let me show you what happened during the 1990s boom in tech
What is the internet, anyway?
In the mid-1990s, most people didnt even know what the internet
In 1994, the morning show NBCs Today had a segment where one of
the anchors asked, What is the internet, anyway?
While most people were dismissing the technology as a fad, early
adopters like myself were heavily investing in it.
In 1995, I correctly predicted every company would need a
website. So I started my first internet company to help big
corporations get online.
Thats how I ended up building the first websites for American
Express, HBO, Sony and Disney, among others.
That was stage 1 of the boom.
Only when Netscape went public in late 1995 did people outside
Silicon Valley start taking the internet seriously. Thats when
institutional investors started joining the party, with pension
funds and venture capitalists making a fortune when companies like
Yahoo and Amazon went public.
The additional flow of money from the smart money helped pushed
tech stocks even higher.
That was stage 2 of the boom.
But the public was still not participating.
In June 1998, for example, mainstream economist Paul Krugman
predicted the internets impact on the economy would be no greater
than the fax machine. It wasnt until 1999 that the masses finally
started to invest heavily in tech stocks.
With more people jumping into the market, tech stocks jumped
even higher, attracting more and m...